|South Africa class is open to all students|
Now open to all UND students...Have you heard of the UND Honors Program’s “Places You Should Go” series? In 2008, we explored Ireland, and in 2009, we took on Washington D.C. For Spring 2010, we will offer a class Honors 392, class 16946, Wednesdays from 6 to 8:15 p.m. Students will study South African culture, geography, history, literature, religion, art, music, film, economics, and politics. The class meets here on Campus. A significant component of the class is an individual research project on some aspect of South African culture, which students then teach to the rest of the class. After finals week (May 2010), we will travel for our “field experience” to South Africa with some UND faculty. The cost for the trip will be a program fee, like a lab fee. We will use a reputable travel company (EF Tours) to guide our structured field experience, including game drives, the Apartheid Museum, and botanical gardens. Completion of the “field experience” is a required part of this class. Faculty are asked to recommend this class during academic advising. Contact instructor K. Powell for more information.
-- K. M. Powell, Student Life Coordinator, Honors Program, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-6218